Posts tagged "urban"
Christoph Gielen's Look at (Un)sustainable Development

Christoph Gielen’s Look at (Un)sustainable Development

Christoph Gielen's bird's eye snaps of varied man-made sprawl has something entrancing about it, right? The German born, New York based photographer aims to trigger a reevaluation of our built environment, begging the question of what kind of development can be considered sustainable.
Street Style: Summer Blues Redux in Manhattan, NY

Street Style: Summer Blues Redux in Manhattan, NY

Trying to enjoy the last few hazy days of summer, I managed to spend a Saturday afternoon strolling around the shopaholic's paradise known as SoHo. Not suprisingly, my wandering travels lead me to meet 3 young ladies who each rock a style that totally their own.
Get Packing: Road Trips, Island Romps, and Euro Sightseeing

Get Packing: Road Trips, Island Romps, and Euro Sightseeing

Happy summer solstice! Here's a peek into our suitcase as we go on summer vacation! Whether it's driving from coast to coast, tanning on an island getaway or exploring European cities, Karmaloop has all the dreamy gear for your picture-perfect trip.
Design Radar: The Mini Public Library

Design Radar: The Mini Public Library

There are 13,659 payphones in New York City, nearly everyone over the age of 8 has a cellphone, and library cards are outdated. Artist John Locke has a solution... turn the obsolete phone booths into mini public libraries. No quarters and no library cards are necessary, just a passion to promote free sharing of books....